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ModuTile is happy to introduce our Made in the USA basement flooring, which is completely engineered as a DIY (Do-It-Yourself) product. You can install it yourself or just get a handyman to help. It does not require the use of expensive floor contractors. The basement floor tiles are designed to interlock using a loop-to-peg system and can be installed without the messy chemicals, glues, grouting or nails. They are designed to float directly on top of your basement concrete.
ModuTile has various style options that will fit your basement wall color scheme and decor. In the past, many homeowners attempted to install wood floor or laminate wood floors only to have mold issues within a few years after installation. That problem is now solved with our Laminate VCT Wood Look basement floor tiles. They provide you with a high quality wood look without the issues of organic materials. For those of you that prefer a natural stone floor look, we have several options as well.
Below you will find all our basement flooring options that are suitable for basements. Please click your preferred style to see volume discounts. Don’t pay more for less product!
Feb 20, 2014
After toiling for week looking for something that could handle a high humidity basement and durable enough for a kids game room, I decided to try a sample of 9 tiles to see fit, finish and pliability ...
Feb 19, 2014
We ordered this floor to transform one part of our basement into a home
theater. The tiles were very easy to cut and install and we are
extremely pleased with their quality and look. This basement...
Feb 17, 2014
These tiles are everything that everyone is saying about them. They're wonderful. Great quality. Great price and so easy to lay that I gave them to my kids and in 1/2 hour they had the bedroom done. ...
Feb 15, 2014
I purchased the black marble tile to finish a small basement bathroom. They look great. Once the prep work was done, it only took me about 2.5 hours to complete the floor. It took that long only be...
Jan 21, 2014
I was looking for flooring for my basement and needed something that could put up with moisture. We had a damp spot in a corner and some other small moisture type issues that carpet just wouldn't do ...